BURRILLVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

425 East Avenue, Harrisville, Rhode Island 02830

PHONE - (401)-568-1310 * FAX - (401)-568-1363


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2021 BHS Newsletters

November

MASK POLICY REMINDER

As of August 19, all public K-12 schools in Rhode Island must have a universal indoor masking policy in place at the start of the 2021-22 school year. The Governor issued the mask requirement with his emergency and public health power under the state constitution and general laws. This requirement will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.


In line with the Executive Order, the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) developed a universal indoor mask protocol for schools to use if they do not already have a policy in place.


We thank our students and visitors for their cooperation in following this directive!

SkillsUSA Burrillville Chapter Leaders meet with Representative Jim Langevin in Washington D.C.!

Five SkillsUSA chapter and CTE leaders, Zee Aguiar, Dylan Winchell, Jason Gomez, Nikki Amaral, and Tyler Miles, attended SkillsUSA’s Washington Leadership and Training Institute (WLTI) in September. The students attended workshops with fellow chapter leaders from across the country that focused on developing leadership, communication, and professionalism skills that would prepare them for their congressional visits on Capitol Hill to advocate for Career and Technical Education funding.

The officers met with Rhode Island Congressman, Jim Langevin, who sits as co-chair of the CTE Caucus. During this meeting outside of the Capitol building, the students shared the direct impact that their CTE programs/SkillsUSA has had on them, the labor shortage/skills gap, as well as future CTE-related bills that will be addressed before congress.

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BHS School Store has expanded!

You can now purchase Bronco Gear online. Choose from over 20 brands which includes brand names such as Nike, Under Armour, Gildan, Russell and Eddie Bauer. Customize accessories by choosing a graphic, club, sport or design your own!

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B.R.O.N.C.O. Core Values & Beliefs

"Students, faculty and staff are all united as Broncos in our core values and beliefs."

BELIEVE - All students have the ability to learn and achieve.

RESPONSIBILITY - All students learn best when they assume responsibility for their own learning.

OPPORTUNITY - All students are provided with challenging opportunities to develop essential 21st century skills, including problem solving, communications, and digital tools.

NURTURING- All Broncos work to create a safe and nurturing environment where everyone is supported and encouraged to take risks and to achieve maximum.

COMMUNITY - All Broncos actively and ethically engage in the community.

ONGOING - All Broncos pursue ongoing opportunities to improve their skills and strive toward a lifetime of learning and success.


Mission Statement

The mission of Burrillville High School is to create an engaging, positive, and challenging environment that empowers all students to become knowledgeable and proficient in the use of 21st century skills, and become citizens who are lifelong learners and productive members of society.